RFI spotting scopes
Mon, 24 Sep 2007 14:11:30 +1000
Some advice from list members would be appreciated on currently available
spotting scopes for birding. As a first time prospective buyer of one,
I'm keen to hear people's thoughts on what they would recommend.
I am not a regular wader-viewer and don't especially know the group very
well either. My use therefore is likely to be as much on land as it is at
the coast or at large wetlands.
It would need to be
- weather and water proof and
- easy to use for spectacle wearers.
I quite like the idea of using the angled eyepiece but am open to people's
thoughts on this as well.
Thoughts on the current Swarovski and Leica spotting scopes would be most
welcome and whether I should be considering a zoom eyepiece and other
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